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Humber Boy B by Ruth Dugdall

Humber Boy B is the latest novel from Ruth Dugdall, who previously won the Debut Dagger award for The Woman before Me. This is my first exposure to the author and I found this a deeply frustrating read. The book ...

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Real Monsters by Liam Brown

The premise of Liam Brown’s debut novel Real Monsters is intriguing, tapping into a general worldwide malaise when it comes to misplaced anger, pointless war, and a widespread fear of this ungraspable ‘terrorism’. A tale in two halves, a soldier ...

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To the Edge of Shadows by Joanne Graham

Back in 2012, Joanne Graham won the Luke Bitmead Bursary for her debut novel, the largest bursary for unpublished writers in the UK, run by Legend Press. Lacey’s House received a lot of praise and made its way to the ...

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Charm Offensive by William Thacker

Meet Joe Street ‘…former education secretary. The fallen minister. The lost politician’. Thacker’s narrative, Charm Offensive, charts the somewhat bleak and miserable life of protagonist Joe Street as he attempts salvation from a political (and personal) crisis. Following a scandal ...

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